May Happenings!

Important Date
  • May 14-May 31 – 2022 Grad Pinnies on sale
  • May 24 – Victoria Day (school not in session)
  • May 27 – Semester 7 End
  • May 28 – Semester 8 Start
  • May 28 – Virtual Pep Rally
  • May 31-June 4 – Bike to School Week
  • June 3 – Report Cards Published
  • June 8 – PAC Mtg. 7pm – MS Teams
Relay for Life

Unfortunately, Leadership’s Relay for Life obstacle course has been cancelled this week due to low sign up numbers. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Full Circle Writing

On May 10, Ms. Sawatzky’s creative writing  class wrote short plays based on fairy tales. Thanks to Trent Arterberry, guest author, who lead a workshop on writing scripts.

Mr. Martin’s drama class then did a workshop with Trent, bringing the scripts to life. The video-taped performances were shared with the script writers, who enjoyed seeing their words jump off the page.

2022 Grad Pinnies

2022 Grad Pinnies go on sale Friday, May 14 to Monday, May 31 on School Cash Online.

  • $40 each
  • Students MUST fill out the order form in the google classroom.  Just paying will not get a pinnie ordered.
  • if you have questions, please see Ms. Rachael in room B101 (preferably at lunch or after school please), or email
  • All this info is in the “Belmont Grad 11s” google classroom.
Fine Arts

Concert Band 9/Senior Winds

Throughout this year, our instrumentalists in both Concert Band 9 and Senior Winds have been able to rehearse, with following all safety precautions, in preparation for our recordings.  On Friday April 16, both bands recorded their festival set for the Virtual Vancouver Island Concert Band & Orchestra Festival, that is normally held in Port Alberni.  After a few weeks of waiting, we have our adjudication and both bands have received a SUPERIOR in their playing level!  Congratulations to our Band Students!


Vancouver Island Track & Field

A group of strong, fast runners gathered last Saturday to host the first day of competition for the Vancouver Island Track and Field Season. The season has started out very well with the following students achieving great results:  Louisa K., Julianne S., Josh B., Sophia V., Daniel M., Guilia M., LLiana S., Jule N., Katharina H., Tanya D., Gia L., Hong Ye L.  Thanks to the Belmont parents and teachers (Mrs. Robertson and Mr. Willing) for helping out. Way to go Bulldogs!!

The Workplace Alternative Trades Training Program

The Workplace Alternative Trades Training Program is accepting applications from young people 16 years old and up. Cohorts will be running monthly for the remainder of 2021! 

Check out the attached poster for more details.

*note: training is now two weeks (part-time) online and two weeks (full-time) in class to accommodate social distancing guidelines. 

French Immersion Info

Any French Immersion student who is in grade 9 or grade 10 interested in participating in the BC Quebec exchange next year, please contact Ms. Evans or

French Immersion Survey: The Ministry is seeking to better understand the various factors which have led to an increase in demand for French Immersion programs across the province.

Demand for French Immersion Programs in B.C. (

The Boys & Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club has started a new virtual program. The program is called Youth Connect with the intent of connecting youth across the CRD. The scope of the program is quite broad and will heavily involve youth interests and their feedback to shape the weekly sessions. Some topics may include outreach about local causes, skill building and knowledge sharing, discussions on movies and literature, promoting inclusion, inviting guest speakers, and more. 

Time: Tuesday @ 5:00pm – May 4th

Where: Online – Zoom

Cost: Free

To Register: please email

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